Washington University Breaks Ground on Neuroscience Research Building

By November 11, 2020 Evntiv., Venue Envy

It was an honor to work with Washington University to break ground on the major neuroscience research building in St. Louis. This new facility will inspire discovery, collaboration, and faculty recruitment at the School of Medicine.

Washington University in St. Louis began construction in March on what will be one of the largest neuroscience research buildings in the country. Located on the School of Medicine campus, the 11-story, state-of-the-art research facility will merge, cultivate and advance some of the world’s leading neuroscience research.

The 609,000-square-foot facility and interconnected projects initially will bring together over 100 research teams focused on solving the many mysteries of the brain and the body’s nervous system. Those teams, comprising some 875 researchers, will come from a wide array of disciplines, including the medical school’s neurology, neuroscience, neurosurgery, psychiatry and anesthesiology departments.